IRB Hall of Fame
With the list of nominations now announced for the Class of 2009 induction into the IRB Hall of Fame, members of the general public have until midday UK time on Wednesday 8 July to nominate their heroes from the list of nominees.
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Once you have studied the list of candidates, please send your nominations to email@example.com. Please pick up to two from the 19th century, four from the 20th century and one from the 21st century, listing their name and number.
Public nominations will be considered by the Induction Panel to go forward to the shortlist of candidates for entry into this year’s IRB Hall of Fame.
To find out more about the history of South Africa and the British & Irish Lions, click here.
Place your vote by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
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